A Florida lady who came brazen Thursday became a fourth in new weeks to contend Bill Cosby gave her pills that done her feel intoxicated afterwards forced himself on her sexually. Therese Serignese, now 57 and a helper in Boca Raton, pronounced a radio idol raped her in 1976 when she was 19 years aged after a uncover in Las Vegas. She pronounced she went backstage and when a dual were alone, Cosby gave her dual pills and a potion of water, saying, “Take these.” “My subsequent memory is clearly feeling drugged, being but my clothes, station up,” she said. “Bill Cosby was behind me, carrying sex with me.” Cosby orator David Brokaw did not respond to a ask for comment.
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Ferry company’s arch gets 10 years
The conduct of a association whose packet sank in April, murdering some-more than 300 people in one of South Korea’s misfortune disasters in decades, was convicted Thursday of random carnage and piracy and condemned to 10 years in prison. Kim Han Sik, 71, a arch executive of Chonghaejin Marine Co., was among 11 officials on trial.
Haslam to lead GOP governors
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has been inaugurated as a subsequent authority of a Republican Governors Association. Haslam will take a reins from New Jersey’s Chris Christie, who has been on a feat path during a group’s annual assembly in Boca Raton this week.
Boko Haram kills dozens in Nigeria
The personality of a vigilante warrior organisation in Nigeria says Boko Haram militants have killed about 45 people in an conflict on a village. Muhammed Gava of a Nigeria Vigilante Group pronounced a attack occurred Wednesday in Azaya Kura encampment in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state. He pronounced Thursday that Boko Haram militants surged by a encampment in several trucks, destroying houses and carting divided food and livestock.
By a Numbers
6.7M The scold series of people who have sealed adult for coverage by a Affordable Care Act as of Oct. 15, or roughly 400,000 fewer than formerly reported after a counting mistake.